HC Deb 11 March 1833 vol 16 c466

Petitions presented. By Sir HYDE PARKER, from Mansfield; by Mr. OSWALD, from Inhabitants of Glasgow; by Mr. FAITHFULL, from Brighton; by Mr. RONAYNE, from Clonmel, and a Parish in Limerick; by Colonel WILLIAMS, from Stayley Bridge; by Mr. MAURICE O'CONNELL, from Tralee, and two Places in the Queen's County; by Mr. GILLON, from Lisburne, Lanark, and the Bradshaw Political Union; by Captain DUNLOP, from KILNARNOCK; by Mr. WM. ROCHE, from St. John's, and other places in Limerick; by Mr. F. O'CONNOR, from Kanturk, in the County of Cork; by Sir JOHN MAXWBLL, from the Renfrew Political Union; and by Mr. BLACKNKY, from Gallen,—all against the Suppression of Disturbances (Ireland) Bill—By Sir ROBERT BATESON, from Londonderry in favour of the Bill.